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HARRIS, Editor and Proprietor. fldvertisina Ratos DISPLAY ADS— 75 cents per inch single column per month, any page except the first and fifth. $1 per inch, single column, per month on first and fifth pages. Special dis on large space and long time contracts. READING LOCALS line each insertion. LEGAL NOTICES — $i per inch first insertion, 50 cents an inch each subsequent insertion, pareil measurement. "Cards of Thanks," 50 cts. each. Resolutions 2 cents a line. No deviation from above rAes. • Statements rendered monthly. 5 cents a Hon Montpelier, Idaho, Dec. 13, 1901. Another good(?) trust is getting in its work on Idaho. The lead combine has arbitrarily fixed the price that :t will pay for lead, and it has also said just how much the miner shall produce of it, too. price fixed is about the lowest record and the amount the will take is a.way below what the mines have been producing. With the already low price of silver this 'action of this particular trust lias turned The on trust many paying mines into losing ones and they will have to lower the wages paid its employes. As Idaho produces the great bulk of the lead of the United «tat this- state is particularly hard hit. And yet we suppose there are people right heie in the Gem of the Mountain state, that will argue that the Dad trust is one of the goody, goody kind, .es, |P. We desi re to request our good | senior senator to reconsider his i motion to join the democratic of Idaho. party I Thai p,rtv 8 animt..t has all tho load ho can oar-v at ,, osen. ' „ r , .. . T1 \ Present, I *' lease ' bcaator Heitielt,. don't ; D*y, not now,, at least, to mount the 1 6i * ddk '_ i 1 .—— j It's, about time lor Jule-' Bassett ! to announce bis affiliation democrats. While the ^ with the , Judge Ileybum says he is a oandi *"*« for Senator. HeitfeldV place This is news lor. the Judcr e no n 2 , , , . , . . _, ® ' «"*•-*■* » ««*<► h «'o.h known. o& his .dcdices, for. io», these^ party is taking, such medicine it might well.swallow as little pill. one more atan.y v moon jj,. Will some wise guy of a republi can editor kindly tell the lead miner, why it is that, under a high tariff republican ad ministration, he is only to get $3.30 per hundred for his lead, w.th silver right down at the bottom notch too. Everybody, but these republican quill pushers, will remember when lead got down to $3.40 in Cleveland's time. Well, they said then that it was because Clevey favored the free admission of lead into the United States. But there is as big a tariff as ever on lead now and lead is lower than ever too, or will be after January 1st next. This demands an explanation on the part of the wise ephriams of high tariff protections. up and riz " ii 50 00 The Calwcll Tribune, up to date,, hasn't turned a hair or missed a a (drink on account of Roosevelt's In fact Reese, at last message. accounts, hasn't taken time to read the document. or lienafit to You-, D.S. Mitchel, Fulford Md„: "During a long illness 1 was troubled with bed sores, tried De Witt's Witch Hazel Sal and was cured. vc Cures piles, sores and Beware of counterfeits. burns. F. A- Lyman Druggist. He Voted Right. When Senator Aldncli of Rhode Island went to Washin geon 20 years ago he was comparatively poor; to day he is reputed to $ 6 , 000 , 000 , and his daughter has just married the youthful scion of the Rockefeller h be worth What ouse. a lesson is presented in Senator Ald richs' carets for Young America to ponder over. A senator's sala $5000 a year and here ry is we have a man who has raised a family in fashionable society upon it and saved $6,000,000 besides in only twenty Young men should Moral: years. not hesitate to sacrifice themselves upon the altar of their service.—Caarrtal News. country's itioalth and lîeuuty. Poor complexion is usually the- result irregularity of the De Witt's Little Early Risers stimulate the liver. of torpid hve.t bowels. or Promote regular action of the bowels. Never disteess. |P. A, Lvman. Druggist. Hiy» H«.Was Tortured. ^ suffered such pain fron corns I u"'" hsrdl -M alk '''' ,ri '* BB ' RobI "«>'> V' 8 i ' UL> but Aral«. P' salve completely cured th?m Acts like ° magic on sprains, bruises* cuts, sores ! sc>dds, burnp, boils, ulcers <*• diseases and guaranteed bv Riter Bros. Drug Go. 25c ^ A Good Cough Medicine. KFïomthe Gazette, Toowoomba Australia.) I find Gbamberiain's Cough Remedy an excellent medicine. I- have been suffering from a severe cough for the last two months; and it has sfleeted a crue. I have great pleasure in.<recom mending it- W. C.*\Vockner. This is tl,e °P ini «m of one of oar oldest and - n "* t respected residents, mid has been voluntarily given in goed iho.* 1 8rs U,ay4 ,ho terns 8 ,, anîr^bèllï. fitted > s was Mr. Woekner; ThUr.lT »sch »*-». To Get Kid Of A Troublesome Corn. First Bosk it in warm water to soften it, then pare it down as closely as pos sible without drawing the blood and apply Chamberlain's Pain balm twice daily; rubbing vigorously for five min utes at each application. A corn plaster should be worn a few days to protect i from the shoe. As a general linimen for sprains, bruises, lameness and rheu uiatism, Pain Balm is unequaled, sale by F. A. Lyman, Druggist. it For For Sale. House and lot, five rooms, wash house, cellar, grana7y. barn and sheds, all veuieut, cityproperty. farming laud under fence, one mile from town; 20 acres in lucem. coil Also forty acres Will take' part cash and cows for balance iu payment Enquire at Examiner office or Thos. Barrett. 37 41 What's the Matter With the Tariff. Advices from New York say that the smelter trust will pay 3 3-10 cents per pound for lead from Colorado and Utah mines after the first of the year. The price is a fifth of a cent lower than will be paid to C d'Alene lead miners oeur A conference between the office rs of the smelting trust and owners of the Coeur d'Alene h been in mine as progress for the past tw weeks in New York. o After much discussion a settle ment has practically been readied. Coeur d'Alene miners will get $3.5U Per hundred pounds for lead in tin future instead of $4, which is the present price. It is provided that the new arrangement shall last for six months but the smelter trust has the right to cancel the contract on giving GO days notice. Miners are much dissatisfied with the contract. Saved Hi« Life. "I feel I owe my life to Kodol Dys writes A. C. Chrestenson, "'•or three years I cou id hold pepsia Cure 99 Bayfield, had dyspepsia so bad that I nothing on my stomach, confined to my bed, could not live. Minn. Finally I was Doctors said I I read your advertise ment) on Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and thought it fit my case and commenced 1 began to smprove from the Now I am cured and its uso. firRt bottle, mend it to all. recom F. A. Lyman, Druggist. Will Not Disband Chairmen Andrews of the Populist state committee has issued a state ment in reply to the suggestion of Senator Iieitteld that tic , , , P' ,rt . v •*> d-abaa.dad, joining the dein ° : ' rat 8 in a bodv Andrews *" 4 populist opposes such action, no to call the committee together ibr that purpose,' holding not the that the committee had power to disband or reorganize. He severely criticized the action oi Heitfeid. r«* ebw, „ Pntrt>f • f , . duces , y the int ** tînes P ro " Dr 'kLXaw 'tT bu t poisons "frömmln , r f xpcî th * 1 -i . r ° m c *°^ e 'l bowels, gentlv BHi™. "*• ^tipstion. ^ Hrtdwbfe Fever°, all iSÄT'** 4 tfonbles. Onlyy